Water Lilies 2
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|Water lily is a common name for a small family of aquatic plants. The water lily's scientific family is Nympheaceae of the order Nymphaeales. The representative genus of the family is Nymphaea.|
There are about 70 different species of water lilies. These are grouped into: night, tropical and hardy. Night lilies bloom in the night. Tropical lilies can be found in tropical climates and bloom at all times of the day. Hardy lilies are able to withstand most conditions and are the most common.
The water lily has long, stout leaves and long flower stalks. There are usually six petals and six stamen. Water lilies are also able to reproduce by budding. The roots detach and grow into new water lilies. The root of the lily is located in the mud at the bottom of a pond. M
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a beautiful white flower with an excellent POV and sharpness. I love it, thanks for sharing
Sabine - wishnugaruda
This is a beautiful shaped lily. Good exposure and POV. Nice work. TFS.
- msjeje (108)
- [2006-06-07 7:08]
Nice composition, balance, and excellent POV and sharpnes
Beautiful composition and a perfect exposure. The colors sharpness and DOF are outstanding.